Colleges Are Starting Soon And These Are A Few Health Tips You Must Follow

After a long, long gap, going to college may finally be a reality, now that talks of reopening are starting to float around. This can be a little intimidating for some of us, but most of all it is also quite a relief to be attending an actual class. It might seem a little daunting given the situation of the coronavirus which still looms over our heads, but to combat your fear, these are a few tips you need to keep in mind to stay safe and stay healthy! So fret not, whenever you’re set to go back to college, keep all these tips handy and begin your new term with confidence and vigor!

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So keep these tips in mind to make sure you keep yourself fueled the healthy way!

Don’t Skip Breakfast and Carry Small Snacks

Eating at the canteen or anywhere near your college might not be such a great option right now, especially since you need to take your masks off. Beyond just this reason, Breakfast is the most important meal. It sets the tone for the day and provides you with enough energy to make it through to the afternoon. If you feel hunger pangs throughout the day, prepare smaller snack foods to bring with you to class. Eating smaller, healthy, and natural snack foods throughout the day will keep up your energy and focus.

Stay Hydrated, Keep A Bottle With You

Try not to consume water in utensils that are used by others, or even kept at a cafe or stall. Drinking enough water each day will also prevent you from binge eating at any meal. It will also help keep your energy levels up, so be sure to pack it with you to class.

Get A Good Nights Sleep

Proper sleep is one of the most important habits you can develop. Yet, it’s often the most sacrificed in college. According to one study, 70 percent of students reported not getting enough regular sleep. It’s important to make sleep a priority for your immediate and long-term health. If you get home from class feeling exhausted, a quick power nap can boost your energy levels before you need to tackle your homework. Set your alarm for 20 minutes to give yourself enough time to fall asleep without feeling groggy when you wake up.

At night, it may be tempting to sit in bed with your phone or computer and browse through Facebook and Instagram. However, the light emitted by the device’s screen can stimulate your brain, making it more difficult to fall asleep. Set a goal for yourself to be in bed by the same time every night. Give yourself between 7 and 8 hours of sleep per night.

Make Sure You Exercise

An early morning workout can start the day off right, and it can give you the momentum to make it through the rest. By forcing yourself to work out in the morning, it’s also often easier to make sure you get your exercise in — rather than trying to cram it in after class when you’re likely tired. However, if you can’t do it in the morning, try other times of the day or even find other ways to keep your body moving.

They say you should hit 10,000 steps per day, but for many people with a sedentary lifestyle, this can be difficult to achieve. However, if you slightly alter some of your daily habits, you can maximize your step count. By taking the long way to class or parking farther away from school, you can add many more steps to your day. Just make sure you give yourself more time to get to class.

Wash Your Hands And Carry A sanitizer

This goes without saying now. There are countless surfaces you touch that are shared with others at school. This is why it’s critical to develop a good hand washing routine. This simple habit will prevent not only the coronavirus from spreading but also a number of illnesses. Also, if you can’t get to a sink before you eat, keep the hand sanitizer to quickly clean your hands before eating your meals. Use this after you’ve shared any items with others as well.

Drink Herbal Tea or A Kadha Everyday

Proper immune system function is important for warding off illness and preventing fatigue. Herbal teas like dandelion, chamomile, and ginseng can help boost your immune system for better health. Furthermore, certain nutritional supplements, like zinc, probiotics, and Echinacea, can help boost your immune system. Consult a doctor before taking any supplements, though, as they may interfere with the existing medications you’re taking.

Basic On-Campus Precautions:

  • Stay at last 6 feet apart from others, wherever possible. Physical distancing remains one of the most effective measures for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
  • Wear a multilayer cloth face-covering in public spaces and common areas.
  • Wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds using soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol.
  • When you go out, bring your face mask, tissues, hand sanitizer, and disinfectant wipes.
  • For students who are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, take advantage of options that limit your risk of exposure to others, such as virtual learning.

Stay Home If You’re Feeling Sick

Not every illness could mean you are infected with COVID, but it is better not to take the risk of spreading it any further. Stay at home if you’re experiencing:

  • Fever
  • Nasal congestion or runny nose
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Muscle aches
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Poor appetite
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Belly pain
  • Pink eye (conjunctivitis)

And there you have it! These are the utmost essential tips you need to know before you get back to college soon! For more such informative and helpful blogs, be sure to browse through our website!